New Delhi: The Supreme Court has rejected the bail plea of former CMD of Amrapali Group of Companies, Anil Kumar Sharma, who has been imprisoned for more than four years. The apex court said that Anil Kumar Sharma cheated thousands of home buyers and does not deserve any sympathy. Justice Ajay Rastogi and Justice Bela M Trivedi's bench said that you have cheated thousands of home buyers so you do not deserve mercy.
After the forensic audit report revealed that a huge amount of home buyers money was siphoned off by the management of Amrapali Group, the former CMD of the real estate conglomerate and other directors of the firm were booked by the Supreme Court. But was arrested. Now the Supreme Court in its judgment on Sharma's bail plea said that his crime is so serious that even the court is facing difficulties in dealing with the problem.
The court said, 'Your case is not an ordinary fraud case. Look at the plight of thousands of home buyers. You can't get our sympathies. You better enjoy your stay in jail, this court knows very well what you did. You messed up and we can't find a way around it. A large number of home buyers are suffering.' Let us tell you that earlier the Supreme Court had granted interim bail for a few weeks to Anil Sharma in this case on the basis of medical condition. Anil Sharma and others have been in jail since their arrest in 2018 for several different offences, including cheating, criminal breach of trust and money laundering, and have spent nearly four years in prison. He has been accused of siphoning off money from home buyers.